Daily Archives: 10. May 2009

Progerin, HGPS and a possible new theory of aging

HGPS, standing for Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome is an extremely rare but well-studied genetic disease. Young children born with HGPS seem to age at an extraordinary rate, exhibit many of the symptoms of old age, become wrinkled and bald, are particularly … Continue reading

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